European football kits for 2019/20: Barcelona, Juventus, Bayern Munich and more
Barcelona, Juventus, Borussia Dortmund, Bayern Munich, Celtic and Ajax among those who have released new kits
By Sky Sports Football
Last Updated: 01/07/19 9:27am
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New Premier League kits for the 2019/20 season
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Barcelona have unveiled a new checked design for 2019/20 season - with the club's shirt missing its stripe design for the first time in the club's history.
The club say the new-look Nike kit takes its inspiration from the city and the blocks of its Eixample district, "home to some of the most emblematic buildings designed by the great architect Antoni Gaudi".
Real Madrid's away kit for 2019/20 is dark blue, with a "sound wave" pattern printed on the shirt, which maker adidas says symbolises "the noise generated by the fans in the historic season in which Real Madrid conquered La Decima".
Gold accents make further nods to the club's successes.
Paris Saint-Germain's new Nike home kit reworks the vertical stripe design and gives prominence once more to the club's two iconic colours, red and blue.
Borussia Dortmund have unveiled yet another slick new Puma home shirt in their traditional black and yellow colours.
The Bundesliga club have already sported the strip during their final home league match of the season - a 3-2 win against Fortuna Dusseldorf.
The design takes inspiration from the club's classic jerseys of the past but with a modern twist, which is provided by a dedicated Dortmund formstripe graphic on each sleeve.
Bayern Munich's new home kit features a unique diamond design that pays homage to the forward-thinking architecture and the atmosphere of the Allianz Arena.
The traditional all-red design of the home shirt is emblazoned with the stadium's unmissable diamond architecture, remixed and digitalised into a daring new pattern as the club look to the future whilst honouring the past.
This year's full kit will be true to the club's red signature colour. Socks and shorts will follow the all-red design of the jersey.
- Man Utd launch Treble-inspired kit
- Chelsea unveil Stamford Bridge-inspired home kit
- Liverpool honour Paisley with new kit
The iconic green and white hoops are back with an added polo-style collar inspired by Celtic's first-ever strip back in 1888, while there's a star above the club crest in a nod to the Lisbon Lions' European Cup victory in 1967.
A Celtic Cross to the back neck of the shirt completes the design for the #OnToVictory home kit from New Balance.
AS Roma's 2019-20 home kit is decorated by a dynamic lightning bolt detail across the jersey's collar and sleeves. Kitmakers Nike say the symbol - associated with the Roman god of the sky, Jupiter - "lights up an otherwise classic Giallorossi design".
Inter have taken inspiration from their historic treble in 2009-10 for their new away kit, with an aquamarine shirt evoking memories of the goalkeeper's kit worn by Julio Cesar the season after their triumph.
The jersey is embellished with black and gold trim, while white shorts and half-green, half-white socks complete the look.
Juventus' new home shirt is distinguished by an all-new half-and-half striped design, enhanced by a contrast pink detail down the middle.
The pink stripe, which separates the black and white, is a nod to the first colour the club ever played in.
Ajax launched their new home kit the day after their dramatic exit from the Champions League at the semi-final stage to Tottenham.
Launched with the slogan 'This is not the end, only the beginning', the new strip boasts the club's trademark look of a red stripe on white ground, but a black trim has been added to the collar and the sleeves as a tribute to the flag of Amsterdam.
The club crest is also white and black in a nod to how it was up to the 1990s.
See more European kits for 2019/20 season here as they are released.